Ninjago Dragons

Last weekend we submitted our dragons themed photographs for our latest LEGO project. Wait, what? We? Dragons? Photographs? Latest LEGO project? OK, hang on there! Let me explain. Toy Photographers were invited by the LEGO Group to create photos with the 2HY NINJAGO dragons, with the photos to be used …

Another step in the journey

I started writing about toy photography four years ago to share both my knowledge and my own artistic journey. Part of that journey has involved attempting to sell my work. I’ve participated in several gallery exhibitions, more than a few coffee shop shows and a couple of geek meet-ups. Recently …

Rain dance

England is known for its rain. Its drizzle. Its downpours. But there’s been no rain in weeks. It’s dry and dead out there. I’m sitting by the window watching storm clouds gather as I write this, but they are yet to break. Might not break. Won’t break. The rain just …

Questions on quality

I’m not good at giving answers. I’m way better at asking questions. If the following maximum is true… “All I know is that I know nothing.” – Socrates …then I’m the true master. In addition, I put question marks beautifully. Do you hear how gracefully I mark their curves? It’s …

My 400th Blog Post

This is my 400th blog post. It seems like only yesterday I was writing my 300th blog post. Where has the time gone? While my 300th blog post first appeared on Stuck in Plastic, my 400th blog post finds me in a very different place: The Toy Photographers Blog. So …

Listen, look on your desk, and pilfer!

Monday morning: Arrive at work…URGGH! Coffee. Sit at my desk and get lost in James’ latest podcast. Catch up on the weekend’s Toy Photographers posts. Panic that I don’t have a post written for the week. Scramble. Pilfered Ideas James’ post about expanding his toy photographing subject matter beyond what …